25 - 26 April 2018 / Manchester Central

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Kaspersky Lab

Kaspersky Lab

Stand: R524

Kaspersky Lab Seminars

  • Why cyber-threats could kill your business transformation Wed 25th Apr 16:20 - 16:50

    Why cyber-threats could kill your business transformation

    We live in a connected world, and many organisations have responded with business transformation programs encompassing cloud, remote endpoints, shared networks, and more.  How long can these connected systems and processes survive in a world of next generation, increasingly stealthy and complex cyber threats?  This presentation will consider the threats facing digitally-powered businesses today and in the coming years – and how the security industry can help them address these threats. Not just through multi-layered, machine-learning and intelligence-based protection, but, equally importantly, through collaboration – with each other and with the business community – to share intelligence, build skills, and ensure security is built in from the very start of every new product and service.

    Speaker

    Adam Maskatiya

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    Time / Place

    Wed 25th Apr 16:20 to 16:50

    Cyber Threat Intelligence Theatre

  • Often 'A', sometimes 'P', but always a 'T': A review of current trends and the future development of targeted attacks Thu 26th Apr 15:00 - 15:30

    Often 'A', sometimes 'P', but always a 'T': A review of current trends and the future development of targeted attacks

    Targeted attacks are now an established part of the threat landscape and in 2017 the headlines were full of news about sophisticated attacks of all kinds.  Some were highly-targeted, others affected many businesses and quickly reached epidemic proportions.  Often the motive was clear - to gather data, to make money, to cause damage and disruption.  But sometimes the lines between these became blurred.  It's clear that organisations of all kinds need to understand and prepare for cyber-threats affecting their sector.  And this must start with an understanding of the current threat landscape and how it's likely to develop.  This presentation will outline the trends we're seeing and offer some predictions for 2018 and beyond - based on our analysis of attacks in 2017.

    Speaker

    David Emm

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    Time / Place

    Thu 26th Apr 15:00 to 15:30

    Cyber Threat Intelligence Theatre

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